Performance Matters

by The W3C

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  1. Great articles!
    Some good tricks for performance tracking

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  2. What tool did you use to measure the time in each subsystem in figure #2?

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  3. Great question Brian E. I was thinking the same thing – it seems like a very useful dataviz indeed.

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  4. Bryan, I used the Windows Performance Analyzer, a publicly available tool to measure any aspect of performance on the Windows operating system. You can also use the UI Responsiveness tool in the IE11 Developer Tools to measure similar data.

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  5. Good article. I’m a big fan of measuring and improving performance and it’s only going to become more important as users demand faster websites and applications.

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